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DLF Kings Court is a residential development by DLF Homes, located in Greater Kailash 2, New Delhi. The project has a thoughtful design and is well equipped with all the modern day amenities as well as basic facilities. It offers 3 BHK, 4 BHK & 5 BHK apartments with starting arae from 2400 Sq.ft To 7200 Sq.ft Carpet Area at affordable cost.
Greater Kailash is one of the most developed township and residential area of Delhi. It is considered as one of the poshest areas of the city as it offers all type of amenity arrangements for the high-class dwellers of the township. Super speciality hospitals like Appolo Hospital and AIIMS- Delhi are located in the vicinity of Greater Kailash. Sports area like Hauz Khas Sports Complex and Netaji Subhas Sports Complex is situated here to offer good arrangements for the players. Nearest railway station is Tughlakabad and IGI airport can be accessed easily. The presence of basic establishment has transformed this locale as one of the most preferred residential areas of Delhi.
DLF Group is a noteworthy developer that has steered prestigious real estate developments in India with a track record of nearly 70 years. Accredited for pioneering some of the best concepts for commercial complexes, the developer also engages in building residential as well as retail spaces in addition to other operations like project execution, construction and marketing.
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|3 BHK||2400 Sq.ft Carpet Area||13.00 CR|
|4 BHK||5500 Sq.ft Carpet Area||27.50 CR|
|5 BHK||7200 Sq.ft Carpet Area||36.50 CR|
Note: Above Mentioned Sizes and Prices are Approximate, Maintenance, Club Charges, Registration, Stamp duty, Car Parking, etc as applicable. **Rates are indicative.
8 Tower / 12 Floors / 57 Units / 2.47 Acres Land / 74% Units book
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